Moved by last year’s 58% increase in the company’s eLearning localization revenue, a diversification of its language portfolio and media-related services, SpanSource are making their debut in London at the Learning Technologies exhibition next week, bringing their tailored approach to eLearning localization.
As the global eLearning market becomes ubiquitous in today’s collaborative and mobile culture, translated and localized content is, more than ever, a powerful means for global brands to deliver their message, train their employees, meet compliance regulations and increase their revenue.
SpanSource President, Facundo Fernandez-Irujo, commented: “We are thrilled to be a part of what has become a leading event on the global eLearning landscape and look forward to talking with fellow exhibitors and LT2019 visitors about news and trends in the industry.”
With a production base in Argentina and a client base mostly in the US and Europe, the team at SpanSource offers customized yet cost effective management of all linguistic and localization requirements, from file preparation, translation and review, to voiceover and subtitling as well as cultural and regulatory adaptation.
eLearning localization efforts can be rife with pitfalls and showstoppers. Building on 15 years of localization experience, SpanSource can take an original course in English and return the same fully localized, adapted and compliant course in Spanish, Hungarian or Russian and 20+ other target languages.
By focusing on meticulous upfront planning, streamlined workflows and solid project management, SpanSource provides hassle-free localization in a process that involves close communication with clients and an understanding of their priorities and challenges. SpanSource can advise on best practices and fully manage critical project stages.
Working with in-house teams in a centralized production environment allows for seamless coordination and communication among all project stakeholders.
SpanSource is on stand 18 at Learnig technologies where visitors can talk face to face with the team and find out more about how to expand their global reach.